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Rotten Tomatoes Audience - spilled 50%
IMDb Rating 6.8


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Domhnall Gleeson as n Oldest Sonn n
Kristen Wiig as n Heraldn n
Javier Bardem as n Himn n
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by jtindahouse 9 / 10

A little tedious to watch, but the concept is brilliant

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Reviewed by Mr_Ectoplasma 9 / 10

Spies in the house of love?

It's just a pretentious main stream approach to putting a female thru torture and horror for no reason and with no happy ending, like so many B movies accomplish on a regular basis these days.. Jennifer's character really has no chance, no choices and only has a personality of just another on screen screaming damsel in distress. Regardless of what anyone says, it's just a Rosemary's Baby clone, just with a different finale that suppose to make the audience believe otherwise. All the secrecy leading up to it's debut was just to hide the fact it was always just that.I'm sure it'll get high marks from those who enjoy films with supposedly no boundaries etc,, but just because it can, doesn't make it good.. It just becomes "Oh look at what we can do", with little meaning other that to give a quick silly shock effect..

Reviewed by RMS1949 9 / 10

Self Indulgent disappointment ..

I thought this was worth its salt even though it did tend towards cliché as it wore on. The disappointing aspect of this film is that Jennifer Lawrence somehow portrays an ego that is beyond the character. It's a kind of "you know that I know I'm only acting this and the real movie is me" that seems to have perpetuated in every film she had made since Silver linings Playbook, bar X-Men (when she was covered in paint and having to "live in" the previous "humble" shoes of Rebecca Romijn) and American Hustle (where she was greedy White Trash). She needs a director who can "humble her down", in the same way Eastwood did for Jolie in Changeling, so that her ego is less of a distraction for her acting.

Reviewed by Bill Z. 9 / 10

Thick on analogies and symbolism, to the point of overkill

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